Experts estimate the eye-popping cost of PewDiePie and Marzia’s wedding

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YouTube king Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg celebrated eight years of love with former YouTuber Marzia Bisognin in an “intimate” wedding in late August – but just how much did their private ceremony cost?

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While both Kjellberg and Bisognin kept their wedding under wraps for obvious reasons, the social media stars have yet to divulge how much coin they spent on the affair – but experts estimate that the pair didn’t pinch pennies.

According to reports from the Daily Mail, PewDiePie and Marzia’s wedding cost an estimated £121,500 – or $148,860.46, for those across the pond.

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PewDiePie and Marzia tied the knot after exactly eight years together.

The UK-based couple said their vows at Kew Gardens’ Nash Conservatory and Temperate House, which boasts a hefty fee of £21,000 ($25,728.97) for those hoping to rent out the space – an allegedly reduced price, since the wedding took place on a Monday).

That’s not all: the couple likewise dropped £900 ($1,102.42) on a photobooth through company Photobot, providing attendees with unforgettable snapshots of the wedding.

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The Kew Gardens is an esteemed botanic garden in southwest London, boasting a hefty price point for weddings.
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Hospitality at the Conservatory doesn’t come cheap, either, with their wedding breakfast costing about £75 per person – leading to an overall cost of £3,000 ($3,675.23).

Lighting, PA systems, and other such vendor equipment for weddings at the Conservatory runs at £2,500 ($3,064.56), with experts estimating the couple spent £6,000 on production alone.

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Although initially tight-lipped about their wedding, the couple is now sharing photos of their special day to Instagram for fans.
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Of course, we can’t forget Marzia’s wedding gown, with costs of designer Joan Fleming starting at £2,000 minimum – leading to an estimated £5,000 spent on the dress.

With PewDiePie’s own tux running an estimated £5,600, and with other costs not listed, experts felt that an amount in the ballpark of $100,000 wasn’t out of the question: and with the couple remaining tight-lipped as to the actual cost of their union, it’s the closest number fans can figure for the YouTubers’ special day.

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PewDiePie claimed that both he and Marzia were “nervous” for their first dance as a couple – but things went off without a hitch.
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Additionally, PewDiePie and Marzia are estimated to be worth £27 million together, so their wedding budget isn’t likely to have set them back very far – but it did make for a beautiful day that touched the hearts of fans across the globe.